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Erasure, Winchester Cathedral and Trafalgar Day

Duration:
2 hours
First broadcast:
Sunday 23 October 2011

Neil's Sunday evening programme is a mix of reviews and previews from the world of arts and culture, mixed with a selection of music that will leave you wanting more.

Winchester’s historic Cathedral was filled with music on Friday night with the 24 hour organ-a-thon. Neil chats with one of the organists Andrew Lumsden and a couple who spent the night in the cathedral.

A wreath was laid on onboard HMS Victory to mark the 206th anniversary of Nelson's famous victory. Our reporter Carl Ralley reports from Portsmouth's historic dockyard. BBC Radio Solent’s poet laureate Chris Carnegy ponders the notion of Admiral Lord Nelson’s reaction to Portsmouth’s Lib Dem MP Mike Hancock’s recent indiscretion.

Erasure’s Andy Bell tells Katie Martin about life on the road as he prepares for his gig this week in Southampton and Lena Samuels reviews Rowan Atkinson’s new film Johnny English Reborn.

Hampshire county bowls player Steve Whitehead keeps us up to date with the world of bowls and the A-Z playlist theme this week marks the end of the long running drama Spooks.

For those on the roads across the south of England, there is travel news as it happens. And a smile is promised as the weekend draws to a close.

BBC Radio Solent offers a choice of listening on a Sunday evening, with Neil on 96.1 and 103.8FM, on 999 and 1359 AM and on the BBC iPlayer, The Paul Miller Soul Show is on digital radio and the BBC iPlayer.

  • winchester cathedral organathon

    winchester cathedral organathon

    Andrew Lumsden taking part in the great Winchester Cathedral organathon

  • erasure

    erasure

    Erasure’s Andy Bell tells Katie Martin about life on the road as he prepares for his gig this week in Southampton

  • the a-z playlist

    Tonight it's the final ever episode of SPOOKS. This week's A-Z playlist theme is Spooks.

    An Innocent Man - Billy Joel
    Boy George - The Spying Game
    Crispian St Peters - Spied Piper
    Don't Spy For Me Argentina - Julie Covington
    Edwin Starr - (Spy to Spy) Contact
    Framed - Sensational Alex Harvey Band
    Going Underground - The Jam
    Harry's Game - Clannad
    I'll Be Watching You (Every Breath You Take) - The Police
    Jackson 5 - Looking Through The Window
    Knowing Me Knowing You - Abba
    Lulu - The Man Who (saved) The World
    Meatloaf - Dead Ringer For Love
    Neil Diamond - Solitary Man
    Oliver's Army - Elvis Costello
    Private Investigations - Dire Straits
    Queen - I Want To Break Free
    Rockwell - Somebody's Watching Me
    Spies Like Us (theme) - Paul McCartney
    Thompson Twins - We Are Detective
    U2 - All The You Can't Leave Behind
    V
    Watching The Detectives - Elvis Costello
    XTC - Spies Working Overtime
    Yellow - Cold (war) play
    Zutons - Tired Of Hanging Around

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